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    October 12, 2012
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the what the blast is doing to help the family. wasting time waiting in line and the service been offered by stores to make your trip easier than you may think. and struggling to make ends meet like a lot of us and the only way to break even is to raise the prices. what you can pay to send a letter in january. those stories and more coming up on friday october 12th. good morning, maryland. megan is off today. but we'll start with a check of the forecast. >> we have a lot going on, it is cold outside. and this trend will continue through the weekend. we will see plenty of sunshine and it is fall like and we can see 43 and shady side only coming in. and the winds out of the southwest very light and this will change and wind speed as we go through time and it will move through and behind it the winds will pick up.
we'll start to see the clouds filtering in. and maryland's most powerful radar is dry. we should not see any precipitation we should stay dry. the planner today we start you off. it will be chilly and we all feel as we go into lunchtime. breezy and cool coming in at 58 degrees. this afternoon and going with the 64 degrees. that is below average. we should be around 67, 68. we will be dealing with some cloud mix and temperatures that are going to drop off as we head into tomorrow. that's coming up but now let's check of the time saver traffic with lauren cook. >> and a chilly start and we're dealing with several accidents. >> a crash along the westbound lanes. and problems persist on 695 and the northwest corner on the inner loop. here is a look at the beltway
and traffic is picking up in the area if you are heading to the outer loop. a ride right now and 795 to 95. this is what the expressway looks like. and everything is up to speed and it will remain clear. and a crash on russell street and hamburg street. and this area and at camden street and camden yards at 6:00 and the marathon is at 8:00. that's time saver traffic. two men will be sentenced for killing a man at the towson town center. the victim was shot last december. two suspects will go before the judge and face the possibility of life in prison. a man accused of attempting to assassinate the president will be in court today. oscar hernandez fired shots at
the white house. the first family was not home at the time. tomorrow and a man shot on the first day of school and this is last month as he continues his recovery, the community wants to help out and coming up tomorrow, the blast will hold a sacker marathon from 2 to 6. the money will go to the 17 year old's medical bills. he had three surgeries since the shooting. you can go out to eat and help out a great cause. police officers will serve as guests in red robin restaurants during a number of hours. part of the proceedings will go to the special olympics. you make out the grocery lists and the shopping take as big chunk out of the weekend t happens but what if you can knock out your shopping and riding the train during your morning commute. and pea pod is making that a reality. consumers can down load an app and scan the bar codes like what you see here putting the
carts or the items in the carts. next you schedule for a home delivery. >> thinking about people in places where they cannot be productive and starting to shine. >> and they're not the only ones pondering the concept, pea pod got the idea for the aisles from the technology overseas. the grocery list of apps is a growing market offering consumers from coupons to shopping lists. get ready to pay more if you mail out any type of letters, starting in january a first class stamp will go up to 46 cents and up one penny. the postal service will maze the rates on priority mail services. the regulatory commission will review the prices and before it is effective. something new this year. and for 1.10. you can mail it anywhere in the world. >> hot topic for voters next month. one of the oldest civil rights group was they are saying about
same-sex marriage. you made up your mind not to go to work. do you have an excuse? we'll tell you some of the most ridiculous excuses some bosses have heard. and information on your mobile phone, you can get the temperature where you live in the neighborhood and you can track rain. that's what we're doing at the we have a game tonight against the yankees f you want the information just go to our app store and down load the app. i'll talk about the forecast coming up. >> we have an accident on route 50. another here on the west side of the beltway. we'll have the traffic report coming up. it's time to change the way we clean.
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it is 6:38. some bogus bike lanes showing
up at night. someone is painting bike lanes where none existed. the color as random and spaced unevenly and stop. and confusing to a number of drivers and so far only two bridges popular have seen some serious accidents. well have you called out to work sick when you weren't. of course you have, we have all done it. but what was the reason for playing hookey. a survey found the creative excuses they have used in the past. here are a few. my dog is having a nervous breakdown. my toe is stuck in the faucet. i am having my dead grandmother dug up for a police investigation. don't do those. try honesty t is the best policy. the orioles are playing. ky not come if because i will not be home in time for the first pitch. and this morning, endeavor flew missions for 20 years. the final will be taking today and stays on the ground not in the air.
gearing up for the running festival. i'm linda so. you runners out there care about the shoes you wear. what is so special about this one coming up. temperatures in the 30s and the 40s. in the 60s by the afternoon and the 70s are on the way back in. i'll have the details coming up. and we are dealing with accidents on route 50 and here in the west side of the beltway. i'm tracking it and we'll have the time saver traffic report coming up. david smallwood: mar d money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" for them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland.
david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland.
as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6.
good morning, i'm charlie krause. let's check the forecast. it is chilly outside. look at the 30s. and upper 30s and dew point at 38. we have some dry air. the winds are calm now but they will pick up t is breezy and the winds out of the northwest at 15 to 20 miles an hour rather. and in centreville 46 the dew point at 46.
and at 40. the dew point at 39. and we are also going to be dealing with plenty of sunshine as we walk out the door this morning. the radar is dry right now. it will stay that way. we'll see clouds as we go throughout the day. i will call the sun-cloud mix. that's courtesy of a cold front that's going to make its way into the area. but this is what you can expect as you head through the remainder of the day. we'll deal with the temperatures at 58 so yes quite cool as we head into 3:00, 4:00 with the temperature coming in at 64 degrees. that's below average and with that wind kicking up it will feel even chillier. let's get a check of the time saver traffic. >> good morning. >> it will be a cold marathon. best of luck out there. be aware it will shut down many roads. russell street and that's going to be the starting spot right near camden yards. many roads will be shut down tonight and the list of all the closure goes to
6:45am we have several accidents right now. and trouble in anne arundel. along the westbound lanes at davidsonville road. if you are headed to the beltway another accident on the west side. this is on the inner loop and as we check in and take a look at the beltway. this is going to be the national pike. you will notice a lot of congestion in the area. you are looking at a 13-minute ride from 795 towards 70. this is how 95 and white marsh is shaping up. 43. traffic is picking up but no significant delays. 16 minutes now from route 43 all the way into downtown baltimore. that's the time saver traffic. charlie over to you. 645. when you hear the headlines it breaks your heart. you are looking at a house where we joined you from good morning america live at a house fire and 5 people died. those killed four children ages ranging from 1 to 7 years old.
and you see this morning balloons and tribute to the family and we're joined by sherrie johnson. and that tribute that we see in the community last night. >> a different scene than was out there. and as you saw there is a makeshift memorial out there. >> and remembering the fire victims it marks the spot in baltimore a day after that early morning fire killed a grandmother and grandchildren. last night a vigil was held in front of the home. classmates and teachers and on the sidewalk on denwood. and mothers and children comforting children. the community is supporting one another through this difficult time. they don't know what caused the fire it started yesterday at 2:00. several people were inside the home and managed to escape but five did not make it out. the community is devastated by the loss. >> as a mother, i hugged her,
she lost a child. and i lost a child. if you never lost a child. you don't know the emptiness and i wanted to hold her to let her know i'm hear and that everyone was here for her. >> and now the fire investigators say there were smoke detectors in the home but they're not sure if they were working at the time of the fire. sherrie johnson. a killer on the loose a week after murdering a teenaged girl. family and friends are remembering the 16-year-old. now they're holding a vigil starting at 6:00 at the corner of bond and eager street. and police say they have little evidence right now but they do with the law. teen had multiple and in november, you will decide whether to legalize same- sex marriage in maryland. now one of the oldest civil rights groups wants you to know they are supporting the cause. and the president of the naacp
will endorse the legalization of same-sex marriage. and there will be support for question six t fort worth it passes, maryland will be the first state to legalize same- sex marriage by a popular vote. this morning's health alert. there are 13 cases of meningitis here and one death. and the infection has killed 14 people across the country and according to the cdc the infections started after a tainted batch of steroid stops. and there has been a lawsuit filed in the case. and hit the ground running. thousands are coming out now for the running festival. it kicks off tomorrow. for a preview and we're joined by linda so. she is at the finish line at the stadium. we say thousands, linda. this is a record setting number of thousands, isn't it. >> a record 27,000 runners in the race tomorrow.
unreal. it will be a happening place. and off very cool job there. you actually design all the shoes. >> right. >> some of them not all of them but a lot of them. >> tell bus this. it came out on the market this summer. >> this is a running shoe what is great they want light weight they want flexibility. but most need that sense of support as well. what we have done here and we combined the two we merged them. you get the best of the light weight the flexible shoe. but you get the support so soft core, supportive cage. basically gets you there. every type of runner. >> that's great. >> we were talking about under armor making its way into the shoe market. we see the air pairle. how is that going? >> great, great. >> we're growing the shoe thing every year big time. we'll be a major player there. obviously our apairle is strong. we have it in the race.
and feature a cold black technology blocking out the sun. we're doing of itry level. head to toe. >> you are growing we're talking about this earlier under armor is very invested in the community. and you know baltimore running you hear the great stories about the runners and why are they doing it. it seems like a very cool event. community oriented. >> it is all about giving back to the community and win baltimore events and high schools and do events like this with the running festival where, you know t supports ambassador empowers it on every level. >> and. >> how can you find it. all over the place retailers and nationwide retailers. and $100. >> and thank you very much. >> and you are knew you came last year. this kicks off tomorrow.
and they will have lots of entertainment. and an event that's fun for you. in the morning. you can take part that includes. why oga and pilases and zumba. and it will be the healthiest community in maryland. and it will take place at the farmer's market. five things you need to know. if you are drinking water. make sure it is clean. the answer and what baltimore city is doing to improve water quality. it is part of the new clean water initiative. and after the gun related incidents in schools. baltimore county police are calling on owners to secure their weapons. today the chief and other county leaders -- leaders will talk about a gun lock
distribution system. and a boy charged in a deadly scheme to lure victim truce a phoney ad. the 17-year-old is being tried as an adult in the deaths of three men. he could face life in prison. he was arrested after carrying a suitcase full of weapons. and harris will find out if he will remain in jail or be set free. he has been charged with transporting hazardous materials which carry as maximum penalty of five years in prison. and after flying 25 missions the shuttle endeavor will take a journey this morning. it will be on a two day road trip through la. we had a shot of this this morning. the shuttle will be put on display in california. and win they did this in los angeles, they had to take out street signs, lights and trees to get the endeavor through. >> that must have been a site to see in the streets. today though we're dealing with
clear skies this morning. plenty of sunshine but the clouds will move into the area. courtesy of a front. we have the big game tonight in the bronx. and they are seeing showers right now but that will move out of here as that front traverses the area later this afternoon. let's check out what is going on in bel air. plenty of sunshine will rule and we'll start to see the clouds moving across the area. that's going to be the name of the game n manchester but plenty of sunshine is going to control us as we go through the morning and the afternoon. but this morning the temperatures are chilly. look at ellicott city at 37 now. 41 in norrisville and 46 in germantown and came bridge at 47. 46 in centreville. good morning to you, you're at 42. high pressure in control for a time. this will get the boot n a matter of moments as the cold front will start to move through and with that we're going to stay dry but on the
other side of that front, boy, what very chilly air that we're going to feel cold. let's take it to the tropics where they are quite warm. we have patty the winds at 40 miles an hour that's moving towards cuba. 64-degrees is what i'm going with. it will be breezy as we go into the afternoon. cold as we go through tonight. we have a freeze watch in effect and late tonight into tomorrow morning. the running festival is going to be on the cold side. that 7-day forecast and warmer temperatures as we head into sunday for the ravens game. and let's get a look at traffic. >> and hopefully the rain will clear up for the game. >> it will. >> good, good, good. keep it up orioles! and talking about the and right on route 543. and now you from using 95. no delays from bel air to white march t is starting to pick up.
traveling from route 43 to the tunnel. and if you are headed out, this what it looks like and harford road. everything up to speed starting to congest a little bit sluggish on that outer loop. and making the push. and here is a look at the west side a crash is cleared on the inner loop. major improvements and no delays and heading down to 95. but behave -- we have the marathon. many roads will be shut down and starting at midnight. watch out for them. prepare and leave yourself time. for a list of the closure goes to and now if you love the orioles as we. dodo do you. baseball can be a game of superstitions. and we have been going through the pseudothroughout the morning. what did do you last friday? >> i did not watch the game. tkoeurbgs not watch the game tonight. i'll tell you. what did do you. >> i watched it with my dad, mom, cousins. >> last week i did watch it. we showed you the video out of
the national aquarium of the magic. we're looking for some mojo. we end the day running the video one more time. have a great weekend. ♪[music] ♪
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